BuoyRR is an annual movement residency and retreat for women founded by Viva Soudan and Bailey Nolan.  Women is defined as an identity beyond a gender binary including trans and female-identified people.  All are welcome to apply.  Structured as an intensive, residents develop site-specific choreography over fifteen acres of natural landscape.  This year’s site-specific piece is entitled How’d Birdie Get To Where We’ve Gone?  Material and critical inquiry will be generated around the theme of impermanence.  Alongside the BuoyRR team, residents will create a site-dance film portrayed through a surrealist lens.  This social experiment aims to unify artistic agency with collective consciousness.
Open to individual movement artists, no extensive dance or performance experience necessary, simply a body.